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Telia to gain access to Norlys’ fibre network by the end of summer

20 Jan 2022

Danish telco Telia and Norlys have inked an agreement to provide Telia with access to Norlys’ fibre-optic network passing 700,000 households primarily in Jutland and in parts of Zealand and Funen. The new deal will increase Telia’s fibre footprint to 1.7 million Danish households. The companies are aiming to connect Telia customers to Norlys’ network by the end of summer. Kristian Freiesleben, Head of Wholesale at Norlys, said: ‘We are particularly pleased with the agreement with Telia, as we now have all of the largest service providers on our open fibre network. This ensures healthy competition with better products and prices for the Danes who are on our fibre network. We have a clear ambition to get as many providers and thus customers on Norlys’ network as possible, and the collaboration with Telia fits perfectly into that goal.’

Denmark, Telia Denmark

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